Verified Hate: Cartoon History/Chuck Yeager Edition

So, you think white people created the modern world? Think again, bigots.

It’s hard to parody something that’s already a cartoon.

It’s a Wonderful Life is one of the great Christmas movies (along with A Christmas Story and Die Hard). It’s a masterful film about the importance of community, family, and tradition. Blue-check Glen Weldon at National Public Radio dissents.

I’ll stick with the peace, beauty, and safety that “basic white people” create.

What can we say is that the math checks out.

Counterpoint: The most recent Color of Crime report showed blacks are about six times more likely to commit murder and 12 times more likely to kill someone of another race. Steve Sailer observed that given existing data, police shoot blacks at a disproportionately low rate. In 2015, a black economist from Harvard found that police are actually more likely to shoot a non-threatening white than a non-threatening black. This is a manufactured crisis.

“Blacks die of homicide at eight times the rate of non-Hispanic whites,” said Heather Mac Donald in 2019, “overwhelmingly killed not by cops, not by whites, but by other blacks.” If you want to stop the “epidemic,” start there.

Interesting that race is relevant in this story. Notice also that white is not capitalized but black is.

Facebook’s new “hate speech” rules will de-prioritize slurs directed at whites and males and Americans, and prioritize those directed at blacks and LBGT and Muslims, which it says are “worse.”https://t.co/0aFmNfYqkt — A New Radical Centrism (@a_centrism) December 3, 2020

“The shift is a response to a racial reckoning within the company as well as years of criticism from civil rights advocates that content from Black users is disproportionately removed.” — A New Radical Centrism (@a_centrism) December 3, 2020

The article says that black groups have complained to Facebook for years that they can’t express how awful white people are without getting cited for hate speech. They demanded the rules be relaxed for them, but not for white people. Looks like they finally got their wish. — A New Radical Centrism (@a_centrism) December 3, 2020

White privilege is having one of the most powerful companies in the world approve anti-white slurs.

This is true. They knew Martin Luther King, Jr. wasn’t a patriotic conservative. He was an immoral hypocrite. Americans then had a better perspective than many do today.

Here’s a tweet that’s since been locked.

There’s a story behind this, essentially that Black Twitter is promoting the idea that the vaccines will change their DNA, from which they derive magic powers. Judging from the responses, at least some people believe this stuff. Of course, there’s a serious matter underneath all this. Blacks distrust vaccines more than whites. Black columnist Charles Blow blamed whites.

I think it means a commonsense immigration policy so you can provide for your own people during an economic and health crisis. It also means foreigners can’t invade your country and berate you for existing.

A white woman attends an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges or University) and posts about it on social media. She didn’t realize she wasn’t supposed to be there.



https://twitter.com/MilvertonSaint/status/1335938261160759297

Wait, we can have separate spaces now? White people, too?

Breaking news from once-great Britain:

All they had to do was listen to Enoch Powell and Brits wouldn’t be dealing with this.

The Guardian is upset that the fans wanted sports, not politics. Well, so am I. To our British cousins: stop watching people who don’t care about you kick a ball. Take your country back.

Some sad news broke last night. General Chuck Yeager, the first man to break the sound barrier and a true American hero, has died at age 97. That is incredible considering the way he lived at the edge of life and death. Tom Wolfe immortalized him in The Right Stuff. However, like Wolfe himself, the late General Yeager represented a prouder, better America. He allegedly prevented the space program from becoming an affirmative action exercise when he questioned would-be black astronaut Ed Dwight’s capabilities.

Naturally, that was all Twitter cared about last night. Affirmative Action America can’t celebrate legends from the historic nation’s heroic past.

https://twitter.com/Getsmart4/status/1336156507881222144

https://twitter.com/Boricua_En_Maui/status/1336164177967079425

https://twitter.com/EastsToWin/status/1336174485779611651

https://twitter.com/NellSco/status/1336153511021735936

I expect major outlets to put out some hit pieces today with titles like “Chuck Yeager, White Nationalist Icon.” You heard it here first.

First published on American Renaissance.

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24 Comments

  1. RIP to my fellow West Virginian, General Yeager – I will celebrate him as a great test pilot and fellow White Nationalist but at the same time mourn the 11 White brothers he shot down in the skies over Europe while serving the interests of International Jewry.

    • Chuck Yeager was a great man unlike the black pilot who thought he was qualified to be an astronaut when he wasn’t.

    • CD: I totally agree with you. General Yeager was no doubt a good and honorable man, but fighting against his German brothers over the skies of Europe to make the world safe for jewish democracy? Surely he must have given that matter more than a passing thought! And he obviously lived long enough to see the disastrous results of doing just that.

      PS – Fuck all those creepy anti-white faggots on Twiddish.

    • I’m sure that most here know that Yeager is a form of the German name Jaeger. So yeah, he shot some of his cousins down.

  2. Regarding the claim the Lewis Latimer, black inventor, invented the carbon filament for Edison’s light bulb thus making it practical, here it is:

    ” . . . Lewis Latimer invented the carbon filament in 1881 or 1882? No!

    English chemist/physicist Joseph Swan experimented with a carbon-filament incandescent light all the way back in 1860, and by 1878 had developed a better design which he patented in Britain. On the other side of the Atlantic, Thomas Edison developed a successful carbon-filament bulb, receiving a patent for it (#223898) in January 1880, before Lewis Latimer did any work in electric lighting. From 1880 onward, countless patents were issued for innovations in filament design and manufacture (Edison had over 50 of them). Neither of Latimer’s two filament-related patents in 1881 and 1882 were among the most important innovations, nor did they make the light bulb last longer, nor is there reason to believe they were adopted outside Hiram Maxim’s company where Latimer worked at the time. (He was not hired by Edison’s company until 1884, primarily as a draftsman and an expert witness in patent litigations).

    Latimer also did not come up with the first screw socket for the light bulb or the first book on electric lighting.

    http://www.blackinventionmyths.com/

    Technical sidebar:

    Carbon was used as a filament material because it is a high resistance conductor also able to withstand high temperatures. The high resistance of the carbon limited current through the filament. The manufacture of reliable carbon filaments was a technical problem Edison first overcame in 1879 and Joseph Swan in England about the same time.

    Combined with high vacuum from the recently invented mercury vacuum pump Edison invented an incandescent light bulb at a reasonable cost that worked for a reasonable time. Edison also invented the practical dynamo that produced DC current along with standard connectors, fuses, regulators etc. making a whole system of electrical transmission practical.

    Carbon filaments blackened the inside of the glass globe over time dimming the light bulb. In the process of trying to fix this problem Edison stumbled upon the “Edison Effect”, the one way transmission of an electric current through a vacuum. This was the basis of the vacuum tube invented shortly after this discovery.

    Filaments changed to the use of tungsten about 1910 because tungsten, like carbon is a high resistance conductor but it is able to withstand even higher temperatures than carbon. Tungsten also has something called a positive temperature coefficient unlike carbon meaning its resistance increases with temperature. A voltage surge was unlikely to burn out a tungsten filament unlike carbon because of this positive temperature coefficient.

    Lewis Latimer did not invent the light bulb, the carbon filament or the electrical system for the light bulb.

  3. Another Insult: General Thomas J. Jackson’s statue was removed from the VMI campus this morning without a shot being fired.

    • It’s always hilarious how they can’t do anything to improve their own nations, yet allow them to immigrate to the West……..and they’ll suddenly improve yours…..
      They instantly become useful once they’re standing on our soil….

  4. The Nogs don’t want to be actually segregated. What they want is just access to Whitey’s stuff and things he made without being held accountable to him.

    More important the We Wuz Kangz narrative serves the role of not just letting projecting current demographics in Western lands back into the past, the far past (I’m talking Rome) but also let anti-Whites/White Males/Westerners reconcile their hatred with shit like “I fucking love science” by just saying it was done by women and Niggers.

    Moving on:

    https://thuletide.wordpress.com/2020/12/07/race-ethnicity-and-racism-in-greco-roman-society/

    A well done article going over how the Greco-Romans actually treated the question of race. To sum it up, they were such mega racists that they’d easily rival a /pol/ user.

  5. Lol is this Hotep unlocking your true kangz DNA stuff the astroturf the pharmaceutical companies are putting out to convince blacks to take the vaccine?

  6. “It’s a Wonderful Life is one of the great Christmas movies ….”

    So true—and the ending …

  7. We can’t forget about the black pilots (Tuskegee airmen) who single handily beat the “Nazis” in WW2 and the the black cook (Doris “Dorie” Miller ) who manned a machine gun and saved all the ships and White sailors from the Japanese attack on pearl harbor. Without them, we would be speaking German and Japanese today. ZOG even named a ship after him because of his heroism. Most important is those 5 black females who figured out the math to get us into space. The White man stole all his inventions from the black man.

  8. Both Chuck Yeager and Frank Capra had their otherwise legendary careers besmirched by their participation in the Second American AngloZionist War for Jewish Hegemony.

  9. What happened with Ed Dwight was that he was admitted to the Air Force’s Aerospace Research Pilot School under pressure from the Kennedy White House but with the condition that all better qualified candidates also be excepted, so the class that year was significantly larger than normal. Dwight was given special tutoring and probably other advantages but I recall but he flunked out or dropped out. After this, NASA did not select him as an astronaut. This was NASA under a democrat JFK-LBJ administration. Since several candidates became astronauts without going through the school, Yeager did NOT keep Dwight from being an astronaut.

    Dwight left the air Force in 1966 and today is a … sculptor.

    I see from his Wikipedia biography that Dwight is an honorary member of the US Space Force.

  10. The non whites hate our guts as they invade our space and piggyback off all our creations.
    There are indeed good people of all races, but that’s beside the point. Whatever they can or can’t offer, we don’t want to be replaced. Why am I a racist? Well it’s a reaction to changes that were forced onto my nation without a referendum ever being put to us. There’s no obligation on my part to like what I never asked for to begin with.
    You won’t end racism until you end our replacement.
    I fail to see how my position isn’t reasonable.

  11. I had assumed Yeager had died long ago as he was already an old man who got a lot of TV commercials back when the Right Stuff came out 40 years ago.

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